On Saturday, May 14, we will be doing a little renovation to the grounds outside the Sugar House Garden Center. Some plants will need to be removed in order to simplify the landscape and allow for more efficient watering and easier maintenance. Come join us between 9 AM and noon, and take home any […]
The Utah Associated Garden Clubs
A Resource for Local Gardening
The Utah Associated Garden Clubs, Inc. are part of the National Garden Clubs, Inc., sharing its mission to provide education, resources, and networking opportunities for our members, and to promote the love of gardening, floral design, and civic and environmental responsibility. We currently have 12 member clubs in the state of Utah, with over 300 individual members.
Everyone is invited to tour the beautiful gardens of Jerry Yoneda, long-time member of the Utah Rose Society and rose show judge. Jerry has 900 roses of every variety displayed in an immaculately designed and maintained half acre of land in West point, Utah. He also has a vegetable garden and fruit trees. This is an amazing sight to behold. There will be a pot luck dinner before or after the tour.
Harvest dinner, hosted by Diane Peterson.
We will meet at Glen and Lance’s home to enjoy a potluck meal. Bring something fresh from your garden, as part of a main course, side dish, appetizer, salad, or dessert. If you don’t have a garden or anything to harvest this month, that’s all right; a dish made from store-bought fruits or vegetables will be just fine.
Tour of a member’s garden
We are invited to tour the garden of Rose Society member Anita Olesky and her husband Wally. This will be the first time that we have seen their garden. There will be a potluck dinner prior to the tour. More information will be coming.
SAVE THE DATE FOR THE UTAH DAHLIA SOCIETY TUBER SALE!SATURDAY, APRIL 30TH9:00 am until 1:00 pmSugarhouse Garden Center1602 East 2100 South
Myrtle spurge, also known as burro tail or donkey tail, is a drought-tolerant plant that used to be promoted as an ornamental. While the yellowish flower bracts, which appear in spring, can be attractive, myrtle spurge is not a desirable plant in Utah. It has turned out to be highly invasive, spreading through the foothills […]
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